U.S. Mission Geneva

Statement by the United States at the February 23, 2015, DSB Meeting

See attached below the U.S. statement as delivered at the February 23rd meeting of the WTO Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) READ MORE (pdf)

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Ambassador Punke’s Statement at the WTO General Council Meeting under the Agenda Item “Report by the Chairman of the Trade Negotiations Committee”

The past few weeks have, in our view, been a relatively productive period in our development of a post-Bali work program for the DDA.

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The U. S. Supports the Consensus Decision taken by the Human Rights Council on the OHCHR’s report on Sri Lanka

We commend the pledges made by the new Sri Lankan government to revive Sri Lanka’s democracy, improve governance, support credible justice and accountability mechanisms, enhance the protection of human rights, and facilitate reconciliation after nearly 30 years of war.

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The Role of Women and Girls in Countering Violent Extremism

Ambassador Hamamoto speaking

The current threat of violent extremism makes it even more pressing that we enlist and empower women and girls as agents of peace.

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U.S. Statement at the WTO Trade Policy Review of Brunei Darussalam

The United States and Brunei have continued to work closely on a wide range of bilateral and regional issues, thanks in large part to our efforts to conclude the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

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Job Announcement – Transportation Specialist

The U.S. Mission in Geneva is seeking an individual for the position of a Transportation Specialist in the General Services Office.

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Press Release: Launch of The Future She Deserves Initiative

The Future She Deserves is a ‘call to action’ to seize Geneva’s unique multilateral advantage to protect vulnerable populations and unleash opportunities for women and girls.

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Job Announcement – Registered Nurse

The U.S. Mission in Geneva is seeking an individual for the position of a Registered Nurse for the Health Unit Office.

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U.S. Statement at the UPR Intervention for Kuwait

We are encouraged that Kuwait has committed to improving the situation of its stateless population. Persons previously identified as eligible for citizenship should have their cases processed expeditiously.

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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Guyana

We welcome Guyana’s voluntary commitment to hold national consultations on issues from Guyana’s first UPR session, including whether to repeal laws that criminalize consensual sexual activity between adults of the same sex.

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